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Page 6- The Michigan Daily - Sunday, October 21, 1984

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FOR RENT. HELP WANTED

DOG LOST. 2 year old female Golden Retriever.
Answers to Katy. Child's best friend. Reward. 484-
3905. 53A1025
:KURT BINDER - Here's a reminder - you have
,anon two tickets to the State Theatre. Come to the
Daily office to pick them up. dA102I

OPEN SUNDAY 1- 4P.M.
212 E. Kilbuck - Come to Tecumseh on your Fall
colors drive and visit this beautifully preserved 6
bedroom Victorian home with dining room, pantry,
library, music room and 2 baths. 2 car garage and
garden shed on % acre lot. $69,900. HOSTESS:
Jean Bondie (971-4102 eves.).
Take Chicago Road in Tecumseh to Evans, south
on Evans to Kilbuck, then left 2 blocks.
ERA RATHFON REAL ESTATE, INC.
Saline 429-4947
73B1021
1974 OLDS DELTA 88 Royale. Runs well, looks
great. Rocket 350 V8. $800 firm. 764-0853. 76B1021
ULTRA SOUND: IMF reference standard spkrs.
($1200/pair) Hafler amp/preamp, custom built tur-
ntable $2000 complete 668-6278 72B1026
RIDE LIKE THE WIND: 10 Speed Bike $50. SLEEP
LIKE A ROCK: Foam couch folds out to Queen size
bed-navy $100.668-6278. 69B1024
LURAE HOWARD - Don't be a coward. Come to the
Michigan Daily office to pick up a pair of tickets to
the State Theatre. . dC1021

SUBLET: Room, own bathroom, share kitchen.
Forest-Hill area. Jan.-June or Jan.-Aug. $225 663-
4041 Eves. 62c1025
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
Furnished Apartments. 536 S. Forest
Phone 761-2680
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SCOTT HVISDOS - Vos ist dos? You just won two
tickets to the State Theatre. Come to the Daily office
to pick them up. dF1021

GOV'T SURPLUS cars and trucks under $100. Now
available in your area. Call 1-(619)-569.0241. 24 hrs.
34B1028
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the State Theatre. Come to the Daily office to pick
r them up. dB1021
USED TIRES $10 & up, mounted. Passenger, pickup,
light truck, odd sizes. Largest supply in area.
Wheels, $5 & up/973-1693. cBtc
SELF-CORRECTING TYPEWRITER - IBM Style
typeface $400. 996-2463. Excellent condition. 54B1021
MACINTOSH SOFTWARE at discount prices. On
campus? We deliver. Call Armstrong Software, 332
South State 996001. cBtc
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bodywear, footwear. Factory closeout. 419 E. Liber-
ty, 2 blocks off State Street. cFtc
WORRIED ABOUT A ride home over Thanksgiving
Break? Place an ad at the Daily for quick results.
dF1027
KEN HAWK - Another movie, could it be in sight?
Never underestimate my power and might. P.S.
(The first match I lost, but wait til the next, and there
will be another, or I'll be vexed!) Guess Who.
dF1021
PRETTY FEET being sought by fun-loving male, 23,
U-M grad, with foot fetish. Desires a commanding
girl who enjoys flaunting her feet and shoes, and
would like to have them worshipped. I'm attractive,
discreet, with a sense of humor. Send letter, photo to
P.O. Box 281, Caro, MI 48723. 71F1024
BIG ENOUGH for everything you need from a
drugstore, small enough to remember you. The
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. University. cFtc
PIANO LESSONS - Fast Results. Proven methods.
Call 994-0371. 82F1023
ANGRY AT YOUR MUFFLER? Maybe it's
exhausted. Get rid of it by buying a new muffler over
the phone. 769-5913. cF tc
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words per line). All ads must be nre-naid. Deadline:
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Publications Building, 420 Maynard. dF1023
PIANO LESSONS 994-0371
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HOUSECLEANER 2/hrs./wk. $5/hr. 668-8818.
77H1021
INTERESTED IN Advertising Experience? Looking
for reliable people to work on our advertising staff.
Call Janice at 764-0557 for more info. dH1027
THE COMMUNITY OUTREACH worker to organize
and market group thearapy. 10 hours per week -
committion. Call Richard Kempter, Ph.D., and
leave message. 995-0088. 75H1027
SALES - EARN extra money by working for Elaine
Powers as a fitness instructor or telemarketer.
Positions available in the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti
locations. Sales experience helpful. Call 572-2133 for
interview. 41H1021
STUDENT CALLERS needed for fund raising at
School of Dentistry. $5/hr. Call Dwight Edwards, 763-
3253 or 763-3315. 79H1031
MARY TUCKER - Don't be a sucker. Come to the
Daily office to pick up a pair of tickets to the State
Theatre. dH102l
SALES-Earn extra money by working for Elaine
Powers as a fitness instructor or telemarketer.
Positions available in the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti
locations. Sales experience helpful. Call 572-2133 for
interview. 41H1021
LOOKING FOR A JOB where you can keep your
ideas intact, earn good money and academic credit
at the same time? Call Michigan Citizen's Lobby at
663-6824, between 12-5 p.m. for an interview. cHtc
BABYSITTER NEEDED: Wed. 9-2:30; Thurs. 9-5.
Hill St., near campus. References required. 996-
3588. 64H1021
RESPONSIBLE PERSON to be available for 2 boys
(10 & 11) after school and to drive them to after-
school activities. Own transportation required.
Must be reliable and good with kids. Call 769-3708
evenings or weekends. 74H1026
NEED FREE MEALS? You can come and help out
in the kitchen during lunch and dinner. For details
call (after 5 p.m.) 663-2487. 70H1026
GENERAL MAINTENANCE PERSON. Flexible
hours; 12-15 per week. $4.00/hr. Call 764-0550. Htc
SEEKING MATURE, responsible woman or couple
for housework and errands. Must live in Ann Arbor
and have transport. Hourly pay and mileage. Send
brief description of qualifications and references to
Michigan Daily, Box #1. 29H1024
ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS. Toxic
waste/nuclear waste/phone rates/voter
registration. Pirgim is hiring full and part time staff
to do grassroots lobbying and fundaising. $135-
225/week Ft, $55-130/week PT. 2-10 P.M. Will train.
Benefits and travel. Call 662-0025. cH1028
FREE MEALS - Work only 45 min. - Waiter at a
sorority. 662-8398 or 761-3121. 541H1025
BUSINESS
SERVICES
TYPING - ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc
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BALLOONS BOUQUETS delivered by Tuxedo-clad
messengers. SAY IT WITH BALLOONS. 995-1972.
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WORD PROCESSING Papers, Reports, Thesis,
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FLIGHTS FROM $90
LaGuardia and Newark, Great Places Travel Con-
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INTERESTED IN FLYING? Start with Grounk
School. Call U of M Flyers, 994-6208 or 994-6220.
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FACE VALUE TICKETS: Washington, N. Western,
Minn., and Wisc. Call 973-9582. cQtc
NEED OHIO State-Michigan tickets, Nov. 17. Call
collect (216) 514-5923 after 5:30 p.m. 66Q1101
ABSOLUTE TOP DOLLAR paid for U of M football
tickets. Call 973-6327. cQtc

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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE

U of M SOCIAL SCIENCE STUDENTS are invited
to apply for the Ottawa Political Internship/Seminar
sponsored by the Political Science Discipline of the
University of Michigan Dearborn. Spring Term, May
8-June 14, 1985. 6 credit hours (Political Science
495, 496). Director of the Program, Dr. Helen M.
Graves, will be on campus, Friday, October 26,
1:00-3:00 p.m., Room 6602, Political Science Lounge,
Haven Hall, to interview interested students.
59G1024
THOUSANDS OF YOUNG PEOPLE travel to Taize,
France, for worship, prayer, and spiritual revival.
Now brothers from this ecumenical community of
Taize are in Ann Arbor. They will lead the 10 A.M.
Sunday worship at Campus Chapel. 1236 Washtenaw
Ct. (1 block north of South University and Forest),
(1 block south of CCRB). 68G1021
PLANNED
PARENTHOOD
For reproductive health care services,
sexuality education, sterilization, abortion,
pre-marital exams, pregnancy options counseling.
PLANNED PARENTHOOD
OF MID-MICHIGAN
912 N. MAIN, A2 996-4000
567 N. HEWITT, YPSI. 434-9300
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- 1 Go no farther
5 Transparent
mineral
9 "I think -"
13 Maureen of
Hollywood
14 Animal sound
15 - of living
16 Spanish
explorer's quest
19 Avenging deities
of Greek myth
20 City on the
Danube
21 "- a far,
far..."
22 Texa A & M
students
25 Nickname on the
political scene
27 Perfect score
28 Town famed for
tapestry
29 Father, French
style
30 Delivered
32 Lyrical poems
34 Object of a
knight's quest
36 To write: Fr.
39 One place for
a diamond
42 Bad-mannered
child

43 Intent, in
Edinburgh
44 Harem room
46 Any planet
47 Became anxious
49 Garden's bed
50 Pupils' pause
52 Proust's Mme.
Swann
54 Object of
scientific quest
57 Eight: Prefix
58 Shield border
59 One cubic meter
60 Letters, in
Piraeus
61 " My
Heart"
62 Flounder

10 Inventoried
11 Terpsichorean
Fred
12 Extreme degree
13 "Come-!"
17 Ordinarily
18 Consentingly
23 Zane
24 Thingamajigs
26 Foot, to Fabius
28 Acidity
29 Prince's athletic
pursuit
31 "Golden Hind,"
for one
32 Peer's domain
33 Velvety surface
35 Grade
36 Psyche
.37 Do an editor's job
38 Flack of blues
40 Layette items
41 Newspaper
people
43 Make certain
45 Coeur d'-
47 Snead need
48 Legally forbid
49 Begin
51 Nos. people
53 Archaic
verb form
54 Part of E.A.P.
55 Math subj.
56 Feline's sobriquet

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